PV-Holidays Adagio City Aparthotel Haussmann Champs-Elysees Paris

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

129-131 Boulevard Haussmann, (formerly Citadines), Paris, Ile-de-France, 75008, France
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Mamma Mia musical

by mindcrime

Is anyone familiar with Mamma Mia musical in Paris?
Is it the same like the one in London?
And... is it translated in french?

Re: Mamma Mia musical

by ranger49

Yes it is a Copyrighted modern work so will be the "same" but almost certainly sung in French.

Re: Mamma Mia musical

by mindcrime

oh no...

hopefully we booked the cheap tickets because as we dont know any french we will get bored for sure :)

but how can we really know for sure?

Re: Mamma Mia musical

by Beausoleil

Their ads say it's been entirely adapted into French so yes, it will be in French. Makes perfect sense since French people will be attending.

To enjoy it more, learn the story well, perhaps even attending it in English a couple times before you go to France. The music will still be fun and if you know what is happening, you will understand quite a bit of it.

Don't know if you remember "The Gods Must Be Crazy," a movie from the 1980s, but I saw it in French 3 times before I saw it in English (long story). When I saw it in English, a lot of the funny scenes made more sense, like working on an elephant and announcing he was a "microbiologist" in one scene. Since I didn't know the word microbiologist in French, it went right over my head but I did enjoy the film despite missing a lot.

Go ahead and have a unique experience. If nothing else, plan to see it in English when you get home. France is best experienced in French, especially the food. Enjoy . . .

Re: Mamma Mia musical

by ranger49

Beausoleil is right - try to hear and learn the words in English so as to be familiar with the story.
Perhaps you could get a copy of the original DVD?
I am an opera lover and listen to opera in many languages that I do not speak but as long as I have been able to study a good synopsis of the story - music and actions can often convey as much as words.

Travel Tips for Paris

A little French goes a long way

by Herkbert

One of our favorite things about Paris is the interaction with the people. Whether it is the desk clerk at the hotel, the merchant in a store, your waiter or waitress in a restaurant or people you encounter on the street, knowing a few words of french goes a long way. We learned a few phrases and some exra words, such as please, thank you and you're welcome and with a smile or a chuckle we got through our trip with ease. The people were more than willing to help and be friendly when they knew you were showing them respect by trying to speak their language.

Orientation - Street Numbers

by pedroswift

Not getting lost.
Streets ( called rue, boulevard or avenue) are numbered based on their orientation with the River Seine. Streets ninety degrees to the river are numbered from the river : evens on the right ; odds on the left. If parallel to the Seine numbers start at the eastern end and progress with the flow of the river. On the islands in the Seine #1 is on the south end of the street.
Don't expect the numbers on the even sides to be close to the numbers across the street. eg No 27 on the left may be enface No 96 on the right.
Don't forget to find and photograph "Point Zero" from which all French highway distances are measured. Seek and ye shall Find!

What Should I See at the Louvre ?

by hquittner

There are nine sections in the Louvre. This is typical of giant museums. You can pick items to visit or sections to fasten on. Most visitors combine both more or less unwittingly. Most of the sections would take an hour or more to explore well. One should have a list or a guide to prompt you, plus a layout of the Louvre (we have recommended Rick Steves' "Mona Winks" as a good primer. (I have a cousin who said he did the entire Louvre-10 most famous works- in 45 minutes after entry when he was 30 years old.). Elsewhere in VT be sure to find how to get in immediately or you will regret it! The locations of the sections and objects have not changed since 2002, but finding a place for Mona still may be a problem. (See Separate Tip). The nine sections are as follows: 1) Southern European Paintings (Italian and Spanish; most popular), 2) French Paintings (up to about 1850; most extensive), 3) Northern European Paintings (Dutch, Flemish and German), 4)Egyptian, 5)Oriental (near East, does not take long, a must)(See our General Tip), 6) Greek, Etruscan and Roman, 7) Modern Sculpture (1200-1850), 8)Objets d'Art (from ceramics to crown jewels), 9)Prints and Drawings. Remember that the Louvre is an ex-palace and a manifestation of the work of great architects and interior designers and artists, so it is itself a work of art. It is difficult for any other museum to claim to be better or more extensive than the Louvre

It's proper to be polite in Paris.

by shutterlust

I love to shop. I practically live for shops! And you can't beat Parisienne shopping! Nor can you beat their shopping etiquette!

When entering a shop or even a cafe, please say "Bonjour" upon entrance. They consider shops to be like the owner's own home. It's polite to say hello when entering and upon leaving, please say "Merci" and "Au Revoir!" You wouldn't want someone barging into your home without at least acknowledging you, would you??

Medications and extra clothes

by Ronza

Even if you are visiting Paris during summer, make sure to have a light jacket coz the weather is really unpredictable. If you are living in Lebanon or any other country where you can get whatever medication you need from the pharmacy or drugstore, well this is not the case in France, most of medications cannot be delivered unless you have a doctor prescription.

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Address: 129-131 Boulevard Haussmann, (formerly Citadines), Paris, Ile-de-France, 75008, France